Peter Schreier is a German tenor and conductor who is one of the most renowned singers of his generation. He is particularly known for his interpretations of the works of Bach and Mozart. He has performed and recorded a wide range of classical music and his recordings have won numerous awards.
Some of his standout albums include his recordings of Bach's Cantatas, Haydn's Creation, and Mozart's Requiem. He also released an album of traditional Christmas carols and a number of lieder albums. His recordings of Bach's St. John Passion, St. Matthew Passion, and Mass in B Minor are particularly acclaimed.
Some of Schreier's standout songs include "Ave Maria" by Schubert, "Ach, Bleib Bei Uns" by Bach, "Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen" by Mahler, and "Ave Verum Corpus" by Mozart.
An interesting fact about Schreier is that he was the first German singer to perform at the Bayreuth Festival after World War II.